About Adams Lake Indian Band
The Adams Lake Indian Band (ALIB) belongs to the Secwepemc Nation and is a member of the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council (SNTC), which consists of 10 Secwepemc Bands. There are seven reserve parcels attached to ALIB. In addition, there are two large member resident communities, one just minutes from downtown Salmon Arm, and the other located in the heart of Chase.
About Chase, British Columbia
Chase is your western gateway to the recreational splendor of the Shuswap Region. You will find Chase on the western shores of Little Shuswap Lake in the mountainous eastern region of the South Thompson River Valley where the lake empties into the South Thompson River.
Chase is the kind of place where visitors are welcomed and there is plenty to see and do. Go swimming, boating, or golfing one day and hiking, cycling, or whitewater rafting, or snowmobiling the next. Take the opportunity to sample First Nations culture, spend your afternoon bird watching, or visiting the Adams River Sockeye Salmon Run in September and October.
Just across the South Thompson River, you will find the Adams Lake Recreation & Conference Centre, which offers a 7500 square foot gymnasium, a full fitness centre, meeting rooms, a commercial kitchen and ample parking – perfect for your next big event, game, or adult/youth drop in!
Adjacent to the Adams Lake Recreation & Conference Centre, you will find one of the few immersion Schools in Canada, The Chief Atahm School. Other nearby attractions include the breathtaking, wildflower-covered Neskonlith meadows, and one of the most popular recreational destinations in BC, the Shuswap Lakes. For golf enthusiasts, visit the Talking Rock Golf Course and the Quaaout Lodge and Spa, just 10 minutes away.
STK Orioles Bingo January 21 ALRCCJanuary 21
Forestry Fire Fighting Training Course Jan 29 to Feb 15- Pre-Register ONLY, Contact Chase ASETS office
Forest Fire Training Courses Jan – Feb 2019 Pre-Register ONLY ASETS Chase officeJanuary 29
Preparing for Climate Change Feb 01 ALRCCFebruary 1
Cstelen Elders Unity Meeting Feb 23 at ALRCCFebruary 23
Why work for Adams Lake Indian Band?
At Adams Lake Indian Band, employees are engaged by our unique First Nations Culture and a desire to serve the people of our community. Adams Lake Indian Band values the services we provide to our community and therefore all our employees are committed to each other and the organization in how we carry out our roles and responsibilities. An overarching value is that of honoring and Secwepemc Culture and Traditions in all that we do.
We value service, teamwork, learning, respect and over all integrity in all that we do. These values are brought to life each and every day by knowing that we have a vested interested in our community as it is our family!
Looking for an exciting opportunity? We offer challenging roles with opportunities to advance your career in a fun, friendly and collaborative environment. If you feel your values align with ours, you’ve come to the right place.
Visit Human Resources to see why you should work with ALIB.